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Bodganovich was a victim of such chatter during “At Long Last Love.” The film was intended to be a happy crowd-pleaser, a lighthearted nod to Ernst Lubitsch comedies and Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers musicals. But there were whispers: a focus on budgetary issues, gossip about Bogdanovich’s then-scandalous love affair with Shepherd and the sense that the director — a film scholar himself — had grown arrogant. In the midst of a friendly call to Bogdanovich, reviewer Judith Crist asked how the movie was coming. Pretty good, Bogdanovich replied. “It better be good,” Crist said.
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